Kayleigh McEnany Explains Why Trump Called Black Lives Matter ‘Symbol of Hate’

‘When you look at some of the things that have been chanted by black lives matter’

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MCENANY: "Well, what the President was noting is that that symbol, when you look at some of the things that have been chanted by Black Lives Matter, like 'Pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon,' that’s not an acceptable phrase to paint on our streets. Look, he agrees that all black lives matter, including that of Officer David Dorn, Patrick Underwood, two officers whose lives were tragically taken amid these riots. All black lives do matter; he agrees with that sentiment. But what he doesn’t agree with is an organization that chants, 'Pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon,' about our police officers, our valiant heroes, who are out on the street protecting us each and every day."

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